Mike Bibby is one of the best to play at Arizona. His freshman and sophomore years, before leaving as the second pick in the 1998 draft, were the pinnacle of Wildcats' basketball (if you erase the memory of the Elite-8 loss to Utah). He moved on with high expectations, and for the most part those expectations have been met with solid NBA play.
When he left the Grizzlies after his trade to the Kings, he went from a bad team to one stacked with talent. He increased his scoring average every year for the next five, topping out at 21.1 points a game. He was so clutch that on a team with Chris Webber, Peja Stojakovic, Hedo Turkoglu, Vlade Divac, Bobby Jackson, and Doug Christie—Bibby was the one taking the last shot.
The Kings' best team was Bibby's first.
They went 61-21 and went to the Western Conference Finals to play the Lakers. Like Damon Stoudamire and the Blazers two years before, many people believe this game as rigged (when a team shoots 27 free throws in the fourth quarter to survive Game 6, a conspiracy might not be the answer, but you have to raise an eyebrow).
The following year the Kings won 59, the following year and 55 in 2003-04, but lost both years in the Western Semifinals. In 2008 he was traded to the Hawks and averaged more than 14 points for two more years. Bibby is currently a member of the Knicks and has nearly 15,000 points and more than 5,500 assists in his long career.